Howdy! Kaya Fraser and Alexandra Krakus live at Zeke's Gallery Volume 267. Alexandra Krakus played Alibis, Watchin' Neighbors, A Web the Strings the Blood the Song, Flash in the Pan, Algoma Blues, Tennessee, Nothing to Hide, 45, The Decline, and Hushush. The last five with Kaya Fraser accompanying her. Kaya Fraser played Mushaboom, The Thing Is, A Hard Way to Go, Late, Better This Way, The Stars, The Only Exception, Home Remedy, Tremor and Slip, Look Out Miss Ohio, and Happiness is a Warm... ( 2 reviews )
Howdy! Shawn Snyder Live at Zeke's Gallery on April 26, 2007. Set One: American Sweet Gorilla, Anonymous Love Song, Baggage, Coffee Shop, Colors, Concerned, Deja Vu, Dirge, Festus, Giddy Love. Set Two: Debt, Happy Story, I Wrote Songs, Karma in a Can, Lie in Bed, Plot Twist, Puzzle, Romantic Requiem, SFO, Temptation, Vagabond, Wendy. Encore: Soulmate, Graduation Day, Pieces of Time. ( 1 reviews )
Chris 'Zeke' Hand rambling on about Lado, Galerie FMR, Paulette Gagnon's conference at the Musee d'art Contemporain, Pauline Gagnon's exhibit at Galerie Lydia Monaro, and the recent groups show at Galerie du Viaduc. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Art, CKUT, Montreal, Visual Art, Lado, Galerie FMR, Paulette Gagnon, Musee d'art Contemporain,...
On March 25, 2006 as part of a reading by Graduate Students in the creative writing program at Concordia University. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Literature, Short Story, Poetry, Montreal, Performance, Reading
Basia Bulat and the Poche Orchestra Live at Zeke's Gallery on August 7, 2005. Basia Bulat, Guitar and vocals, Bobby Bulat, percussion, Jay Young, Guitar, Jenna Wakani background vocals, Trent Leipert, Piano, Simon Arsenault, Guitar. Songs include Sugar & Spice, Why Can't it be Mine?, Distance, I am a Pilgrim, Secret House, December, What a Difference a Day Makes, Snakes & Ladders, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?, Sun at my Back, Who Loves the Sun. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Montreal, London Ontario, Live Music, Rock & Roll
Movement Museum a radio show broadcast Thursdays at 14h on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, co-hosts Chris 'Zeke' Hand, Jenn Doan and Bettina Forget talk about dance in Montreal. In this show Chris 'Zeke' Hand, Bettina Forget and Jenn Doan talk to Bradley Michaud of Method Contemporary Dance about his practice. The theme song is the Bette Midler's version of "Do You Want to Dance," the dance poem of the week is "Dancer, How Do You Dare?" by Norma Farber, and the music played during... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Bradley Michaud, Method Contemporary Dance, Bette Midler, Norma Farber, Anna Webber
The Montreal Burger Report: Off The Record Over the weekend I went to Pataterie chez Philippe on Amherst and had my first burger melt. and it was so scrumptious and delicious that I decided "to hell with the schedule" I needed to tell some folk and I needed to tell some folk now! That's where you come in. Thanks for listening. I kinda sorta had to get it off my chest before it burst. Now first off I hear you asking What's a Burger Melt? Easy enough to answer, A Burger melt is is a... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Burger Melt, Montreal
In today's episode Chris 'Zeke' Hand and Ryk 'E Coli' Edelstein drive to what seems the end of the earth, but is in fact Vaudreuil, so that they can visit and eat at the very first Five Guys restaurant in Quebec. Why Five Guys? Why Vaudreuil? Five Guys in Vaudreuil But before we get into the complete Five Guys experience, and answer questions like those, we need to back up slightly - actually a lot. Five Guys, in Quebec (and eastern Ontario) is run by Wayne Sellers and Caleb Koeppel. They met... ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Montreal, Five Guys, Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, Israeli Ice Hockey, Vaudreuil
Chris 'Zeke' Hand discussing the exhibit Ces artistes qui impriment - Un regard sur l'estampe au Quebec depuis 1980 at the Bibliotheque et Archives nationales du Quebec with Lisyan Pieries. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: CKUT, Montreal, Printing, Prints, Quebec
In this show Chris 'Zeke' Hand, Bettina Forget and Jenn Doan talk with Marie Chouinard. The theme song of the week is Dave Edmunds' version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is Arthur Mitchell by Marianne Moore. Movement Museum a radio show broadcast Thursdays at 14h on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, and podcast Friday mornings at 8h at http://movementmuseum.com/. Co-hosts Chris 'Zeke' Hand, Jenn Doan and Bettina Forget talk about dance in Montreal. +++ Dans cette emission Chris... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Marie Chouinard, Dave Edmunds, Marianne Moore, CKUT, Danse, Dance, Montreal
Joane Hetu (saxophone and voice), Diane Labrosse (sampler) & Danielle Palardy Roger (percussion) February 21, 2006 ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Montreal, Live Music, Improv, Improvised, Musique Actuelle, Jazz
Howdy! The Warhol Dervish Chamber Music Collective live at Zeke's Gallery, June 14, 2007. Christopher Fox: Blank Scott Godin: Solitude Philip Glass: Quartet # 5 featuring: John Corban and Carissa Klopoushak, violins Pemi Paull, viola Jennika Anthony-Shaw, Cello ( 1 reviews )
Chris 'Zeke' Hand attempting to ramble on about Art News websites, however he gets sidetracked by Liz Pieries and it turns into rant/discussion on the state of Cnadian Art on the local, national and international stage. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Montreal, CKUT, Art, Visual Art
The Dust Jackets (previously known as Slippery Peat and also as The Simmers) played the following songs: Tumbling Too, Old Train, Lemme Know, Youth Will Rise, 50 Ways to leave Your Lover, Old Anne Maggie, No History, Ride on Jane, Settle In, and Get Back. Topics: LIve Music, Rock & Roll, Montreal
Movement Museum a radio show broadcast Thursdays at 14h on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, host Allison Elizabeth Burns talks about dance in Montreal. In this showAllison Elizabeth reviews Site Dance: Choreographers and the Lure of Alternative Spaces by Melanie Kloetzel & Carolyn Pavlik. An interview from Camera Three with Marjorie Tallchief and Billie Mahoney talking with Jose Greco are also broadcast. The theme song is Hayden Lasher's version of "Do You Want to Dance," the dance poem... Topics: Montreal, CKUT, Dance, Melanie Kloetzel, Carolyn Pavlik, Marjorie Tallchief, Jose Greco, Billie...
Christian Hawkey is the author of The Book of Funnels (Verse Press, 2004). He lives in Brooklyn, New York, where he is an Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing at the Pratt Institute. Topics: Poetry, Reading, Literature
Movement Museum a radio show broadcast Thursdays at 14h on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, co-hosts Chris 'Zeke' Hand, Allison Elizabeth Burns and Bettina Forget talk about dance in Montreal. In this show we review Now I Got Worry by Andrew Turner & Uncanny Valley by Tawny Andersen along with film reviews of Le Mollet de la danseuse & Quarantaine, both of which are playing at the Festival International du Film sur l'Art. The theme song is Cat Austin's version of Do You Want to Dance, the... Topics: Montreal, CKUT, Dance, Andrew Turner, Tawny Andersen, Le Mollet de la danseuse, Quarantaine, Evan...
In today's episode Chris Zeke Hand and Linda Extra Pickles Besner are at the latest and greatest entry on the Fabulous Montreal Burger Scene: Burger de Ville. Zeke recites their spartan menu - Zeke and Extra Pickles banter with the staff, discuss the nature of the bathrooms and Extra Pickles shows off her dexterity. Burger de Ville is located at 59 Westminster in Montreal West, their phone number is 514 564 9902 and they are open seven days a week from 11 in the morning to 9 at night. The... Topics: Montreal, Burgers, Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, Burger de Ville
Movement Museum a radio show broadcast Thursdays at 14h on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, co-hosts Chris 'Zeke' Hand and Allison Elizabeth Burns talk about dance in Montreal. In this show we discuss Andrea Gunnlaugson's Legacy Repertory Project, and the difficulties inherent in archiving and preserving dance, Zeke reviews a performance from December by the Multigraphers Group, Zeke & Allison Elizabeth review Dance Theater Workshop's Twitter Community Choreographies #1 and #16 and the last part... Topics: Montreal, CKUT, Dance, Trisha Brown, Andrea Gunnlaugson, Multigraphers Group, Twitter
Part four of episode six of the Montreal Burger Report. In this episode Ed Hawco (also known as Blork) and Chris 'Zeke' Hand are at Le Faste Fou on Saint Hubert and order their burgers. (Blork gets an American, Zeke gets a Mexican). While waiting for their burgers to arrive the conversation wanders all over the place but then before things get out of hand, the burgers arrive. Le Faste Fou is located at 6390 Saint-Hubert. They are open seven days a week from 11 AM until 9 PM (although they open... Topics: Montreal, Burgers, Hamburgers, Food, Gainzbar, Le Faste Fou